The NSW premier, who has so far avoided blaming the federal government, says more should be done to make vaccines easily accessible
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State and territory leaders are becoming increasingly tetchy over the national pandemic response, with the Morrison government drawing fire from even its traditional allies, as most of Australia feels the effects of another Covid outbreak.
Unlike many of her Labor counterparts, the NSW premier, Gladys Berejiklian has so far resisted turning blame to the Morrison government, beyond pointing out the state’s desire for more vaccines.
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